William Troop William Troop is a supervising editor at All Things Considered.
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William Troop

Supervising Editor, All Things Considered

William Troop is a supervising editor at All Things Considered. He works closely with everyone on the ATC team to plan, produce and edit shows 7 days a week. During his 30+ years in public radio, he has worked at NPR, at member station WAMU in Washington, and at The World, the international news program produced at station GBH in Boston. Troop was born in Mexico, to Mexican and Nicaraguan parents. He spent most of his childhood in Italy, where he picked up a passion for soccer that he still nurtures today. He speaks Spanish and Italian fluently, and is always curious to learn just how interconnected we all are.

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Tuesday

Novelist Claire Messud excavated her family history. A fictional book is our reward

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Tuesday

Emily Henry on 'embarrassing, giddy, freefall' of writing, reading and being in love

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After decades creating and publishing recipes, cookbook author Joan Nathan has released what she said is likely her final book, a cookbook and memoir called "My Life in Recipes." Michael Zamora/NPR hide caption

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After years of documenting Jewish food traditions, Joan Nathan focuses on her family's

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Finding affordable housing for both renters and buyers is feeling impossible lately. Experts point to a shortage of an estimated four to seven million homes. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Housing experts say there just aren't enough homes in the U.S.

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Friday

Cookbook author Joan Nathan looks at her own culinary history in 'My Life in Recipes'

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Thursday

Salman Rushdie tells of the violent attack that nearly killed him in memoir 'Knife'

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Wednesday

Author Salman Rushdie On Surviving Attack and The Value of Every Day of Life

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Tuesday

New HBO series looks at Vietnam War from Vietnamese perspective

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Friday

Rwanda's president is lauded for transforming the country. But he's also criticized

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Tuesday

How Indonesia's revolution paved the way for decolonization worldwide

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Thursday

Sam Bankman-Fried sentenced to 25 Years on multi-billion-dollar fraud

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Wednesday

"Music is a need for me" why this violinist composed an album under ISIS

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Friday

'Shirley' is a celebratory biopic that doesn't end in triumph

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Tuesday

Jennine Capó Crucet aimed to write an elegy of Miami in new 'Scarface'-inspired novel

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Tuesday

Jim Sciutto on if the next world war is preventable

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Thursday

Meet Molly Lewis, professional whistler

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Wednesday

Climate Envoy John Kerry is giving up the job title — but not the fight

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Tuesday

Iraq War failures can be boiled down to miscommunications, according to this author

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Friday

U.S. ambassador to the UN talks about why the U.S. obtained from new Gaza resolution

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Zac Efron on the physical demands of playing a wrestler in Sean Durkin's 'Iron Claw'

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Wednesday

Israeli President Herzog comments on West Bank violence against Palestinians

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As 'The Crown' ends, Imelda Staunton tells NPR that 'the experiment paid off'

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